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Artwork Resource Packet: The Herring Net by Winslow Homer
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In The Herring Net (1885), Winslow Homer captures the conflict between man and nature in his depiction of two fishermen hauling in a herring net amidst a stormy and powerful seascape. This...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>The Herring Net</em> by Winslow Homer
Introduction: Whistler's Self Portrait
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An introduction to Whistler's delicate self-portrait.
Examination: Manet's The Races at Longchamp
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A look at Manet's depiction of a horse race and his ability to capture the explosive movement of the horses and the bustle of the crowd.
Introduction: Renoir's Acrobats at the Cirque Fernando (Francisca and Angelina Wartenberg)
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An introduction to Renoir's charming and innocent portrayal of sister acrobats in The Cirque Fernando.
Introduction: Lautrec's Equestrienne (At the Circus Fernando)
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An introduction to Toulouse-Lautrec's disturbing painting of a circus in Montmartre, part of the dark Paris underworld that the artist knew well and depicted throughout his career.
Artwork and Artist Information: Sharecropper by Elizabeth Catlett
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Sharecropper shows Elizabeth Catlett’s activism on behalf of African American women in the South, who she believed maintained their dignity in the face of great adversity. Includes...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Sharecropper</em> by Elizabeth Catlett
Video: Homer's The Water Fan
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Experience the water and sun of the Bahamas in this watercolor of a boy looking for coral.
Video: Homer's <em>The Water Fan</em>
Video: Toulouse-Lautrec's At the Circus: Work in the Ring
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Hold on tight as you join this practice session at a Parisian circus.
Video: Toulouse-Lautrec's <em>At the Circus: Work in the Ring</em>
Video: Degas's The Millinery Shop
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Video: Degas's The Millinery Shop
Video: Degas's <em>The Millinery Shop</em>
Examination: Degas's The Millinery Shop
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An examination of Degas's striking still-life arrangement of hats and his poignant commentary on the changes in consumer goods production in the late nineteenth century.
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